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There are a lot of Transformers games out there. A lot of them are terrible, but Fall of Cybertron is one of the few good ones. Here are some reasons why I think it is worthy of being officially supported. The Pros. Good PVP multiplayer with a fairly wide variety of classes, weapons, and a large amount of customization for the transformer you choose to create. Alongside the PVP multiplayer, there is also a good horde mode called Escalation where you and three others can fight increasingly difficult waves of enemies from the opposite faction. A good variety of well-designed maps. Solid gameplay, with a unique take on the concept of cover in a third person shooter. Private match support that, to the best of my ability to test without anyone else to play it, looks pretty good for exhibition matches. The Cons. Still sixty dollars on steam even though it came out in 2012. Multiplayer matches can end up being imbalanced. Does not use dedicated servers. Can be difficult to get used to how cover works. Does not have any built-in chat system.